I was recently interviewed by Steve Olson of the Wormwood Systems Observations (WSO) YouTube Channel on March 23, 2016. During the two days following my interview I observed interesting feedback from those who follow my work, as well as those who follow Steve’s. For me, it turned out to be an unexpected pivotal moment, and delightful one at that.
This is because I have contemplated who will become the predominant non-elitist survivor pool following the pole shift. About three years ago my analysis showed me that, statistically speaking, this pool will be dominated by spiritual thinkers. Furthermore, the largest demographic group within this survivor pool will be what I call spiritual Christians, for reasons I will detail later in this article. But for now, let’s focus on the interview itself beginning with an email I received from a long-time Yowusa.com supporter:
Just listened to your interview with Steve Olson! I loved that you two, with different core beliefs (Steve being a full, die-hard Christian), had an amazing conversation and we all learned. Awesome that you both were so respectful of each other.
I think you would really enjoy Steve Quayle and Tom Horn – you and those two – three brilliant men! Patty J.
With Patty’s comments in mind, I’ve prepared the following playlist with the interview and three other videos I will discuss in this article.
Following the interview on March 23 with Steve, YouTuber MrMBB333 posted a video about Steve’s amazing popularity. When I watched this video, I was delighted to see Steve’s audience performance; these remarkable numbers tell us his message is resonating.
This is because Steve is clearly in the fifth stage of catastrophism, as it is explained in my 2010 video. This, combined with his growing popularity, portends a far more important trend for the future of humanity following the pole shift.
Steve Olson, Mar 23, 2016
WSO Special Guest – Marshall Masters
VIDEO DESCRIPTION: WSO is honored to have Marshall Masters, long-time Nemesis system researcher, speaker and now, pastor of a church! We discuss the current system, spiritual things, and touch on the history of Nibiru.
MrMBB333, Mar 24, 2016
VIDEO DESCRIPTION: A new youtube channel appears to be dominating the watchmen circles pertaining to the Wormwood/Nemesis/PlanetX narrative with some possibly new insight and or pictures on the phenomenon. The channel is currently scorching the digital highway with incredible video view counts that are rivaling and in some cases surpassing daily video view counts of a youtube channel with 4.5 MILLION subscribers. This channel is currently at 17,000 subscribers and people are subscribing at a pace that pushes the speed of the large hadron collider! Growing at the fastest pace I’ve ever seen. This channel may be getting ready to finally deliver the REAL goods of the ever elusive Planet X/Wormwood/Nemesis. Channel link below…check it out, he may be on to something ?….
Your Own World Books, Jul 4, 2010
Precognition and The Five Stages of Catastrophism
VIDEO DESCRIPTION: A troubling brew of man-made and natural disasters are pushing today’s headlines from grim to grimmer and many now wonder if the prophecies of global cataclysm are coming to pass. This is why the ranks of those experiencing precognition through dreams, premonitions, and other supernormal means are soaring. Are you wondering if this is you and if we can endure and prevail all this without fear, dogma and hate? If so, take heart because we can, and this free video program explains why.
yowusa.com, Nov 7, 2015
Planet 7X Theories vs. Zecharia Sitchin’s Work
Planet 7X researcher, Gill Broussard, recently appeared in a documentary titled “Watchers Nine: Days of Darkness” with L.A. Marzulli. In that program, Gill Broussard challenged the work of Zecharia Sitchin, author of “The 12th Planet,” with several unsubstantiated claims. (Read more…)
The fourth video in the playlist is my response to Gill Broussard’s attacks on Zecharia Sitchin. It is included for reasons that will be discussed shortly. In the meantime, the point of this article is not to debate doctrine or dogma. Rather, it is to identify the dominant non-elitist survivor pool following the pole shift, and Steve is, in my opinion, what you could call a poster child for those who will survive.
To illustrate this point, let’s look at a dialog in the comments section of my interview between Jason Galtt and Steve Olson. This short dialogue paints a clear distinction between doctrinal and spiritual thinkers in terms of surviving the coming the tribulation.
Here is Jason’s comment regarding my interview with Steve:
Marshall Masters: “The church for those in awareness.” Awareness = gnosis = a special knowledge for the initiated few. Those in awareness = gnostics = those being initiated into and having a special knowledge. Steve, do you know who you are dealing with here??
Jason is clearly a doctrinal thinker. Doctrinal thinkers tend to be closed-minded by nature because they rely heavily upon external authorities and distrust their own “inner knowing.” Much like farmers, they shape their world with fences, and anything that appears outside of those fences is viewed as unwanted, if not downright evil.
In his comments Galtt is referring to the non-denominational teaching church I formed last year with my wife, Jennifer, called Knowledge Mountain Church of Perpetual Genesis.
In our church, we use the term “awareness” to define those who pursue a personal relationship with Creator, and through that relationship have an inner knowing and a different perspective on life than the average person. They are aware of the tribulation that is coming through the approach of the Planet X System, and the spiritual calling that comes with it ─ to serve life and to walk closely with God.
This is the same concept as spiritual Christians who receive guidance, inspiration, and instruction through the agency of the Holy Spirit as they read the Bible, pray, or meditate. It does bring a different “awareness” and perspective on life, a different “knowing,” if you will.
The “gnosis” that we are talking about is from our inner walk with Creator. It is not from being initiated externally or taught by other human beings in an organization such as the Illuminati, which is basically a doctrinal thinker organization for Luciferians who neither know the One True God, nor wish to.
While Galtt’s comments show evidence of a paranoia born of fear and misunderstanding, Steve’s reply to him was spot on.
Sure do. And, I have resolved not to judge how God works in any case… I made my position pretty clear on the Annunaki. I am going to have everyone on that I can, including Gil, and others who want to to discuss their point of view. Since my channel, I feel the right strategy is to broaden the audience by being a collecting point, not a dividing point.?
Above, Patty J. said [Steve is a] “…die-hard Christian…Awesome that you both were so respectful of each other.” Those were my sentiments exactly. Civility and tolerance will be important aspects of the culture in the new civilization to follow the tribulation. Healing the world by bringing this aspect of “Heaven” to the here and now is important and helpful.
Steve responded to Galtt with: “I feel the right strategy is to broaden the audience by being a collecting point, not a dividing point.” With such wisdom and grace I can see Steve as a spiritual Christian and the enlightened leader of a future survival community. As such, Steve and those like him will be a driving force in the survivor pool following the pole shift.
So, let’s take a moment to more clearly define doctrinal and spiritual thinkers relative to their chances of surviving the coming pole shift.
Doctrinal vs. Spiritual Thinkers
The specific difference between doctrinal and spiritual thinkers is not faith, doctrine, dogma or charity. In a word, it’s all about “authority.”
Doctrinal thinkers are programmed to distrust their own ability to perceive truth. Hence, they rely upon allegedly “trustworthy” external authorities to guide them. Like myopic farmers, they build fences and stay within them. Here is where fear comes into play.
Ask any advertising executive on Madison Avenue about what kind of message sells the most, and they’ll tell you that fearful messages are the proven performers. Fear that we’re ugly, fat, undesirable, unfashionable, inadequate, and so on.
Ergo, people do not usually buy weight loss books because they love themselves. It’s because they are living with negative, fear-based emotions about their weight, and herein Madison Avenue has found a cash cow that pays off like a stuck slot machine. But this is nothing new. Madison Avenue is simply employing knowledge that has been used to great advantage by ruling elites for millennia.
In contrast to the elitist strategy of fear and manipulation is Steve’s enlightened response to Galtt, “I feel the right strategy is to broaden the audience by being a collecting point, not a dividing point.”
“There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear,” I John 4:18 (ESV).
Spiritual thinkers do not need to be fearful and reject others or their ideas because their beliefs are not 100% in lockstep with their own. They are securely centered in God, and so they are much less reactive and fearful. They know that they cannot be “infected” with false beliefs.
“They demonstrate that God’s law is written in their hearts, for their own conscience and thoughts either accuse them or tell them they are doing right,” Romans 2:15 (NLT).
Yes. As a spiritual thinker, Steve gets it. “Fear is the mind-killer,” as Paul Atreides says in Dune (Frank Herbert, 1965). When we choose to walk humbly with our God, one-on-one, we are freed from fear and manipulation by external authorities.
A Pied Piper for Doctrinal Christians?
Steve mentioned in his reply to Galtt, “I am going to have everyone on that I can, including Gil, and others who want to to discuss their point of view.” This brings me to the fourth video in the playlist above, Planet 7X Theories vs. Zecharia Sitchin’s Work.
I make mention of this because Jason Galtt is precisely the kind of doctrinal thinker who is likely to embrace Gill Broussard’s Planet 7X theory, which I debunked in my January 2016 article, Michael Brown and Planet Nine — What is the Real Planet X Agenda? Why? Because Gill Broussard presents himself as a highly qualified external authority — a Bible expert and a Bible researcher.
Matthew tells us, “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves. You will recognize them by their fruits…” Matt 7:15-16 (ESV)
The fruit of Broussard’s message is, unfortunately, that Planet 7 X comes around every few hundred years, so it’s no major threat. Nothing too terrible will happen. And lacking proper physical preparedness due to that message, many more people will die in the extreme cataclysms that are coming.
Therefore, our concern is a scenario in which Broussard could possibly become a future Pied Piper for doctrinal Christians, leading them off a Planet 7 X cliff to their doom.
With this in mind, let’s get to the crux of the matter. Who is more likely to survive the pole shift? Doctrinal thinkers like Jason Galtt? Or spiritual thinkers like Steve Olsen? To examine this, let’s turn to the ancient writings of the Egyptians.
The Great Winnowing
The last flyby of the Planet X System was Exodus, 3,600 lunar years ago. What happened is amply described by the ancient descriptions in The Kolbrin Bible, along with the events of Exodus from the perspective of the Egyptians. They also describe a deadly phenomenon they call “The Great Winnowing,” in this historical wisdom text.
In simple terms, The Great Winnowing is a pole shift amplification event. Whatever is in your heart at the time of the pole shift will be amplified a hundredfold. For those with fear in their hearts because they do not trust their own ability to personally know God, this fear will be amplified to a point where it causes them to literally die of fright. Like failing light bulbs, they will flicker brightly for a few moments and then die.
In the New Testament we see this same concept prophesied in Luke 21:25-26, “And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring; Men’s hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth: for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.” (KJV)
Conversely, spiritual thinkers like Steve who do trust their own ability to personally know God will have love in their hearts and this will be amplified by the pole shift in wondrously enlightening ways. So how will this play out in practical terms for doctrinal and spiritual thinkers?
For doctrinal thinkers, the pole shift will bring a sense of betrayal and abandonment, because things will not unfold as they have been led to expect. Hence, they will feel cheated because they believed everything they were told to believe, and faithfully adhered to all the checklists they were given. Hence they will feel lost, betrayed, and resentful. This is a deadly emotional state born of fear. The outcome is obvious.
For spiritual thinkers, the pole shift will bring them a completely different experience. Unlike doctrinal thinkers who, like farmers, define their worlds with fences, spiritual thinkers will be like ranchers, who see the world as an open range. Herein comes the real advantage of spiritual thinking.
To survive the coming tribulation, like-minded people will need to band together and build permanent, rapid-deployment, underground dome survival communities of 100-200 people. This means trusting your own internal guidance to find your way to safety with God’s help.
For spiritual thinkers this vital survival skill is actually honed by the intolerance of doctrinal thinkers. Ask a Christian, “How many study groups and churches have you been thrown out of because you asked the wrong questions?” If they chuckle or laugh, you will know that you are talking to a spiritual Christian.
If you are feeling cheated because you’re being led off a cliff by external authorities, grab hold of that spiritual Christian’s coattails and hold on for dear life. That is, if you’re more interested in living than in carping and complaining about how you kept your end of the bargain only to be left hold the bag.
So where will that spiritual thinker, Christian or otherwise, lead you?
Centers of Hope
In the coming pole shift, what we will see is a profound statistical realignment, where spiritual Christians will become a significant demographic slice of the survivor pool. This is because the ranks of doctrinal thinkers will be greatly thinned as a result of poor leadership by external authorities, a failure to prepare physically for what is coming, and a fear-based emotional mindset.
Conversely, while spiritual Christians will see some reduction of their numbers due to natural causes, their numbers will remain at vibrant and significant levels. This is because like open range ranchers, spiritual Christians will go wherever they need to go. And once there, they will construct centers of hope.
Satellite communities will form around these centers of hope, and they will be principally comprised of disenchanted doctrinal thinkers who have managed to survive The Great Winnowing. Rather than ostracizing spiritual Christians, they will gather around them in hopes of finding more reliable external authorities.
If I were to look into the future and imagine the world of Steve Olsen, here is what I see: Because Steve is a spiritual Christian, he’s like an independent-minded rancher who walks one-on-one with God and keeps his own counsel. He’s not going to wait for some external authority to tell him when it is time to take action. He’ll do it in his own way and in his own time.
Because of this, something magical will happen for him and those who join with him. The law of attraction will bring in needed allegiances and assets to them and they will thrive as a center of hope. Not for saving their own skins during the end of this civilization, but as a clean slate for the beginning of the next civilization.
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